2020 Spring Cleanup Events- UPDATED

City of Lafayette Spring Cleanup

(Purple areas on the map)

The City of Lafayette Public Works Department will provide yard waste pick up services for private trash customers NOT on the City’s 3-cart Pay-As-You-Throw program through Republic Services.

  • July 21, 2020:  North of Baseline Road
  • July 28, 2020:  South of Baseline Road

Refer to the 2020 MAP to determine the pick up date for your area.For questions about this pick up schedule please call Public Works at 303-661-1277.

Republic Services Spring Cleanup 

(Tan areas on map)

Spring Cleanup for Republic customers includes pick up of up to twenty 20 compostable bags and five bundles of shrubbery and tree limbs cut to 4’ length and no more than 18" in diameter, and tied with twine or rope.

  • Saturday, July 18, 2020: South of Baseline Road and East of Hwy 287
  • Saturday, July 25, 2020: Remainder of residents in the Republic program

Refer to the 2020 MAP to determine the pick up date for your area.For questions about this pick up schedule please call Republic Services at 303-286-2400 or visit the Republic’s Events page.

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Spring Cleanup image of map for Republic customers and private trash haulers

Review Required Program Guidelines

Review the program guidelines residents are required to following when setting yard waste items out for pick up. These guidelines outline acceptable practices and items for residents participating in the program.  

The following criteria must be followed in order for items to be picked up:

  • All items must be out by 7:00am on the first day of your pick-up week
  • All items must be placed in the gutter
  • Leave items out regardless of weather conditions
  • Leaves must be in kraft or compostable bags (plastic bags will not be picked up
  • Tree limbs must be 4’ in length and no more than 18" in diameter
  • Tree limbs and brush must be bundled with twine or rope
  • View all GUIDELINES and photos
  • **Republic Services customers are limited to 20 compostable bags of leaves and five, tied bundles of branches.**